Member Since: 4th Apr 2018
Katharine Moxham is the spokesperson for Group Risk Development (GRiD), a position she’s held exclusively since May 2009. Katharine regularly contributes to industry and business publications and debate and has actively raised the profile of the group risk industry with the media and business organisations.
Prior to joining GRiD, she built a profile as a pioneering force in the evolution of UK group risk working for Towers Perrin, Aon Consulting and JLT Benefit Solutions, where she was Consulting Director of the Health & Risk practice. This broad-based industry expertise makes Katharine ideally placed for her role as an industry commentator on issues affecting the group risk market.
As Group Risk (employer-sponsored life assurance, income protection and critical illness) is seen as increasingly integral to employee benefits packages, supporting a preventative and holistic approach to physical and mental health and wellbeing, Katharine works to improve understanding among employers about its benefits.
As products are continually developed they’re no longer just seen as the domain of large corporates but SMEs too, enabling all businesses to support staff by providing a financial lifeline to employees and their families, as well as emotional and other extra support where needed. Each year thousands of families are helped via group risk products.
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19th Apr 2022
According to our research, sixty per cent of HR decision-makers have not reviewed the corporate identity of their organisation in light of...Blog
19th Apr 2022
Forty-two percent of employees don’t know about or understand all their employee benefits. According to HRs: 25% are aware of them but don’...Blog
17th Mar 2022
Our new research shows that employers feel a greater responsibility for supporting staff across the four key areas of mental, physical,...Blog
18th Jan 2022
Nearly nine out of ten (89%) employers say that supporting the health and wellbeing of their staff has a positive impact on their business...Blog
20th Dec 2021
As the emergence of another COVID-19 variant means employers head in to 2022 with yet more uncertainty, we would like to offer employers...Blog
30th Nov 2021
Employers believe that baby boomers – the generation born from 1946 to 1964 (aged 57-75) – have the least amount of stress and anxiety...Blog
16th Nov 2021
Twenty-one per cent of employers, or one in five, are missing a trick by not supporting the prevention of ill-health in their staff...Blog
5th Nov 2021
A quarter of employers do not financially support their employees when they are long-term absent from work according to our new research...Blog
12th Oct 2021
Employers believe that their Gen Y employees are affected by stress and anxiety more than any other generation, that's according to our...Blog